Smunday Stash - Burning at Both Ends

Well, this week I finished up my Bonnie Hunter class project, a zipper pouch, and my class sample for the Aeroplane Bag Workshop I’m teaching at Red Hen later this month. I also made significant progress on a pattern sample which I turned over to Lynn to quilt, AND have blocks done for two other tops which have been pieced as leaders and enders for a couple months now, so I’m almost back to pile-up status for quilt tops.

This weekend was Saturday Sampler pickup, too, so here are the latest blocks for this month:


On top of everything else this weekend, we celebrated my FIL’s 80’s birthday, so I finally gave him the bookshelf quilt!  He loved it, which is fabulous. Originally he held it upside down and looked a little puzzled, and then turned it right side up and said, “well, I can’t tell right side up from the candle because I usually burn it at both ends”. Too funny.

  • Used this Week: 8.5 yard
    • 5.25 yd for Inside Out Penguin
    • 0.25 yd for zip pouch
    • 3 yd for Aeroplane Bag sample (check out the class at Red Hen in Marietta, GA)
  • Used Year to Date: 188.25 yards
  • Added this Week: 2.25 yard
    • 2.25 yd for border for pattern sample
  • Net Used YTD: 91 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 64.25 yards (34% of total used)

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3 thoughts on “Smunday Stash - Burning at Both Ends

  1. Pam, your raffle quilt is absolutely stunning! It bodes well for your design business, can’t wait to see what you create next.

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